Mac Taraji Glow (LE) alternative

At the beginning of September 2016 Mac released a limited edition collection in collaboration with Taraji P. Henson.  The collection quickly sold out and being some of the best products Mac has released this year, there was a lot of talk about dupes.  I heard several people compare the blush shade, Taraji Glow, to Mac’s permanent shades in Burnt Pepper and Raizin.  I don’t personally find Burnt Pepper to look like Taraji Glow in a swatch or on my face.  But I do think that Raizin could be a reasonable alternative.  Raizin is a matte blush, so it lacks the sheen on the skin that Taraji Glow gives, but the tone and how it looks on the face is very similar.  If you aren’t makeup obsessed or own tons of makeup, I doubt you’d notice much difference in the color.

Mac raizin alternative to Mac Taraji Glow

Mac Burnt Pepper and Raizin retail for $23.00 @ Nordstrom.
Were you able to get your hands on this collection before it sold out?  Do you know a good alternative to for those that missed out? Let us now in the comments section below.

Please stick around and check out some of my other content.  

  • Makeup Baskets:  Join me in rotating through my products to truly enjoy and get use out of the items I own.  Let’s encourage each other to use some of the products we have rather than being so quick to buy something new.
  • Eyeshadow Combos: If you’re looking for ideas of coordinating shades, I hope some of my eyeshadow combos can give you inspiration.

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